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Oklahoma Legislators Rated

By: Constitution Staff

The Oklahoma Constitution newspaper's 2016 Oklahoma Conservative Index rating state legislators is now available. Members of each house of the Oklahoma Legislature were rated on ten key votes to provide their conservative rating. The full article on the ratings will be published in our summer edition at the end of July, but the basic information and the scores are available online here in time for the June 28 Primary Election. Click on "How Conservative is Your Legislator?" in the upper right of this web page for the details on the bills used and how each legislator voted and scored.

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